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Autism and Sensory Processing

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This workshop will examine sensory processing differences, how they influence the daily lives of Autistic people and supports that can help.

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We interpret and experience the world through our five senses. We also use proprioception, to coordinate our movements, and our vestibular system, to maintain our balance.

Autistic people use these same sensory tools to experience and engage with the world. However, for many of those individuals, they can work quite differently to those who do not have the condition. Autistic people can be either hypersensitive or hyposensitive to the sensory environment, or a mixture of the two.

This workshop will explore the differences in sensory processing and how these differences can influence the everyday lives of Autistic people. It will also look at simple supports that can be put in place to make the sensory environment better suited to Autistic people.

The workshop will last 50mins with 10mins afterwards for questions, and will be run by our Training Officer James Moroney.


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